Seven business podcasts for summer walks on the beach

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Podcasts are a timeless art. They provide free and easy to digest content that helps you improve whatever skill you’re working on. But like anything else on the internet, not all podcasts are worth your time.

In this article, we’ll show you the seven best business podcasts to check out this summer. Listen to them on your summer walks on the beach, subway commutes, or wherever else you want a daily dose of awesome business content, according to the socialreport.com

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The Marketing Companion Podcast — Mark Schaefer and Tom Webster

The Marketing Companion podcast is an essential listen for any marketer. We’re huge fans of the podcast because of Schaefer and Webster’s ability to break down marketing techniques into easy-to-digest chunks of information.

We loved April’s episode that looked back at 2013’s technology and marketing trends. The episode gives good insight into why certain trends failed in 2013 and how some of them are making a comeback this year. Give it a listen for nostalgia’s sake.

B2B Growth Show — James Carbary

James Carbary is one of our top influencers to follow in 2018, and his podcast is no different. Every week, Carbary’s podcast, B2B Growth Show, helps B2B companies grow their businesses and better market their products.

Our favorite episode is #720 with Steve Benson where the pair discusses the importance of client success trips and having face time with your clients. In the episode, Benson walks us through his seven-week adventure through the United States where he met with all of his company’s clients to create more meaningful connections.

For the complete list of podcasts click here.

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